Southern California’s Premier Private Security Services Firm



Cobalt proudly provides security services, security guard services, and complete security solutions with unmatched expertise and professionalism in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County in California. Recognizing that protection requirements are unique to each site and situation, our private security specialists in California work closely with each client to formulate a customized security plan that is as functional as it is effective. With our clients’ safety and security at the forefront, our highly trained, proficient, and personable officers are equipped to consistently deliver protection for persons and property alike.

If you have questions or are ready to get started, please contact us today. You can contact us via our website or give us a call: 866-819-2611.


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Cobalt Security is committed to providing the best private security services in California tailored to the specifications of our clients in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County. We understand that there are no two sites or events that are the same and realize that every situation requires specific customization.



Corporate Security


People spend a majority of their time at work. The best benefit that an employer or property manager can give to their employees or tenants, is the knowledge that they, along with their property, will be safe.

Event Security


Cobalt Security provides security in California for all types of events, including (but not limited to) the following: Weddings, Concerts, Festivals, Corporate Events, Birthdays, Charity Events / Fund Raisers, Sports Games, art shows / galleries, Bar Mitzvahs, Quinceañeras and Award Ceremonies.



Home Owner’s Association Security


Your residents will quickly realize secure their neighborhood is with our home owner’s association security services. With our focus on customer service and work ethic, we work hard to make sure residents are not only safe, but fully satisfied with our security services.

Agriculture Security


Security is incredibly important to agriculture and farm land. Cobalt’s agriculture security services can help your farm run smoothly. Our job at Cobalt Security is to protect your property from poachers and theft, ensuring that you can focus on production and maintain maximum profit from your yield.



Parking Enforcement


With the increasing population in Southern California, parking and parking spaces are in high demand. Cobalt Security partners with HOAs, gated communities, and apartment complexes to enforce parking rules and regulations, keeping residents and their guests happy and safe.

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Channel 4 news hit for my footage covering a plane crash at the Camarillo Airport on Sunday, March 7 of 2021. There were no injuries.

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DEPUTIES NAB FELONY WARRANT SUSPECT AFTER BRIEF FOOT PURSUIT IN THOUSAND OAKS:

Shortly after 4:00pm on Sunday afternoon, March 7 of 2021, a Ventura County Sheriff's Department deputy spotted a male with a felony warrant in Thousand Oaks. The location was the area of Camino Dos Palos near Moorpark Road.

The warrant suspect ran from the deputy. Backup was requested while the deputy pursued the suspect on foot. The deputy caught up to the suspect and was initially holding him at gunpoint while backup arrived.

The suspect was reported to be uncooperative, but was taken into custody a short time later. Additional backup was requested for two people who were reported to be interfering with the deputies.

A sergeant, Ventura County Fire Department and AMR paramedics were requested for the suspect who had a complaint of pain, according to radio traffic. The suspect was not transported by ambulance, but was being taken by deputies to the hospital.

No additional information, including on the warrant, was available. The incident was under investigation.
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AIRCRAFT OVERTURNS DURING CRASH LANDING SUNDAY MORNING AT THE CAMARILLO AIRPORT:

9:53am on Sunday morning, March 7 of 2021, several units from the Ventura County Fire Department were dispatched to an aircraft crash at the Camarillo Airport in the 700 block of Aviation Drive. The location was on the runway near the air control tower.

A small Cessna style aircraft crash landed on the runway and overturned with its wheels in the air. VC Fire reported there were two people on board the aircraft who miraculously were able to walk away with no injuries reported.

Environmental Health was notified for 75 gallons of aviation fuel in the wings that may have been leaking out into the dirt surrounding the runway. A cause for the crash was not available.
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Covering an overturned aircraft crash Sunday, 3/7/21, at the Camarillo Airport. Two people walked away with no injuries.

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MAN WITH VIOLENT CRIMINAL HISTORY ARRESTED FOR FIREARM & ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER CHARGES DURING INCIDENT IN OXNARD:

The Oxnard Police Department issued the following statement,

"On 3/6/21, at about 1:25 AM, officers attempted to contact a suspicious subject on Yucca Street, east of Saviers Road. The suspect, Carlos Aristoteles, age 33, ducked into a dumpster enclosure, where there were two homeless individuals sleeping inside.

Officers heard a metal object hit the ground and later discovered a P80 Glock-style handgun. As officers attempted to handcuff suspect Aristoteles, he pulled away from the officers and physical struggle ensued, during which Aristoteles became violent towards the officers.

Four officers physically struggled with suspect Aristoteles before he was brought under control and taken into custody. Several officers sustained minor injuries, consisting of scrapes and abrasions, however none required medical attention.

Suspect Aristoteles was arrested for the felony charges of assaulting an officer, felon in possession of a firearm, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

Suspect Aristoteles is on Post Release Offender Supervision and has a significant violent criminal history including prior assaults on officers, escape from custody, robbery, carjacking, and kidnapping.

The Post Release Offender Program was created in 2011 by Assembly Bill 109 (Public Safety Realignment). The program mandates that individuals sentenced to non-violent, non-serious or non-sex related felony offenses will serve their sentences in county jails instead of state prison. Release under AB 109 is based on the offender’s most recent commitment offense and prior convictions are not considered.

Anyone with information regarding this case or other criminal activity is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) 385-7600, or online via the Oxnard Police Department’s website: www.oxnardpd.org, and clicking on Report Suspicious Activity.

You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so. You can remain anonymous by calling the Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477. You can also visit this site: www.venturacountycrimestoppers.org to submit a tip via text or email."

No mug shot was posted by the Oxnard Police Department in their statement.
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SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR STABBING OCCURRING DURING FIGHT CALL IN OJAI:

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office issued the following press release statement,

"Sheriff’s Deputies assigned to the City of Ojai responded to a 911 call of subjects fighting at 103 Canada Street. Upon arrival deputies located the victim of a stabbing incident.

On March 3, 2021, at about 12:33 PM, the Sheriff’s Communication Center received a 911 call reporting two subjects involved in a physical altercation in front of the business located at 103 Canada Street.

Once on scene, deputies located (V) Houston Scott and learned he was the victim of a stabbing. Scott suffered a small puncture wound to his abdomen.

The Ventura County Fire Department and Life Line Medical were summoned to the scene. Scott was uncooperative with investigators and further refused to be transported to the hospital. Scott later sought medical care on his own at the Ojai Hospital.

The ensuing investigation led to the identification of (S) Alexander Barrios of Oak View as being involved in the altercation. Barrios was located in the area of the stabbing and eventually placed under arrest for 245(a) PC, assault with a deadly weapon."

No mug shot was posted by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office in their statement.
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